When you need to cover the ground and set out options, but don’t want to be seen as ‘lecturing’ them. Sreela Banerjee explores the topic of what computers can’t do, and suggests ways to bring these topics up with teenage children, soon to face the economy.
What if you have to drop everything to pick up a sick child from school? What if a customer rings while you are at the nativity play? How do you cope during half term?
To truly reach her potential, Stacey Jackson needed to build her own business from the ground up.
The number of UK independent professionals has hit 1.88 million, with women leading the way in the decision to go solo.
Jagoda ‘Jay’ Keshani has decided to try her luck in Pitch to Rich competition.
The Rustic Rose revamps vintage & antique furniture with a beautiful ‘shabby chic’ style. Launched 2 years ago, the team have just moved into their own studio.
Julie Neville’s health was restored after she took it into her own hands. She launched her business to ensure other people have that option too.
Lisa Angel will be one of the ‘in conversation’ panelists of self-made local role models at the Prowess business bootcamp for women, being held in Norwich on 20 November 2014.
Sarah Green, co-founder of Win That Bid, the UK’s largest bid writing and proposal specialists, shares her story.
Starting her business from home, in less than a year Odile Letaief has exceeded her goals for Dalila’s Kaftans and for balancing business with motherhood.
After feeling that she’d lost everything Aelita Lori started over and has used new technology to reinvent her business.
The founders of notonthehighstreet.com took their idea from the kitchen table to a £44 million turnover in 6 years. They share what they’ve learned, warts and all.
The top 5 reasons mums start businesses from home.
Could entrepreneurship training for mothers and daughters raise knowledge and confidence in both generations? Here is what we learned.